Credit Rating of Indonesia

Updated on Monday 15th October 2018

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Over the past few years, Indonesia has become one of the most important economies in Southeast Asia competing with states like Singapore and Hong Kong. This has caught the attention of foreign investors, but also of credit rating agencies which have started paying more attention to the Indonesian economy and also started upgrading its ratings.

Among the attributes of the Indonesian economy, resilience, the high inflow of foreign direct investments, the low public debt and the fiscal policies are just a few mentioned by the major credit rating agencies.

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The most recent credit ratings for Indonesia

Fitch, Moody’s, Standard and Poor’s and DBRS are just a few of the credit rating agencies which evaluate Indonesia on a regular basis. In the last few years, Fitch, Standard and Poor’s and Moody’s have gradually upgraded Indonesia’s credit ratings thanks to its good economic results.

Local and foreign enterprisers who want to set up businesses in Indonesia and want to know how the local economy performs can rely on these ratings:

-          BBB- with a stable outlook from Standard and Poor’s issued this year in May;
-          Baa3 with a positive outlook from Moody’s issued at the beginning of 2017;
-          BBB- with a positive outlook from Fitch issued in July 2017.

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Why are credit ratings important for Indonesia?

Credit ratings play two important roles in Indonesia:

-          the first one is related to the evaluation of the country’s economy;
-          the second one outlines the business confidence of foreign investors who open companies here.

Credit ratings have also helped the government with the implementation of policies which attract foreign direct investments (FDI), one of the most important contributors to the economy.
As mentioned above, Indonesia’s credit ratings have followed an ascending pace during the last few years, especially with respect to the outlook offered by the agencies which announce a stable economy for the next period.

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